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This is an easy "white trash" recipe that I found in a local newspaper when I was in college. It's actually quite good, despite its ingredients and simplicity.
These are great little low-fat, high-protein snacks to tote along with you to the gym, or eat instead of donuts on your mid-morning coffee break.
I found this recipe on a web site for bodybuilders appropriately named, Bodybuilding.com This is a good post-workout snack, or mid-day snack for those people who are on the go.
Yes, you can make awesome meat loaf from ground turkey. This recipe is much leaner than traditional meat loaf and can be eaten by those of us who are allergic to dairy and/or eggs. YUM!
These chewy jems are remarkably good, despite being low in fat. Great with hot cocoa on a cold wintery day.
Very simple recipe for those of you who like garlic. Great if you are eating solo.
I got this recipe from the Crazyplates cookbook. You can substitute skinless, chicken breast if you like.
Awesome recipe for a lower fat, high-protein evening meal. Very quick to prepare.
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